Feyachi M37 1.5X - 5X Red Dot Magnifier
Analysis of 200+ reviews for Feyachi M37 1.5X - 5X Red Dot Magnifier
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We analyzed a total of 213 reviews for this product out of which, 35 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 54% reviews were positive while around 40% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Feyachi M37 1.5X - 5X Red Dot Magnifier
This product received a total score of 7.69 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
What users have to say about Feyachi M37 1.5X - 5X Red Dot Magnifier
The mount isn't straight and I had to adjust the windage and elevation to center the scope from my sightmark ultra shot m-spec...which is fine at 5x, but it becomes apparent as I dial back in magnification how messed up the two are.
The 1.5 to 5 zoom feature is something that drew me to it and I am satisfied with its function. I shoot this rifle less than 100yrds so I feel it is well suited to the task.
It was$15 cheaper after I bought it, but for the $100 price and the variable mag, it seems to be a good deal.
I'm going to update this review when I get a chance to use the magnifier and red dot, and I hope the manufacturer reads this, I hope they plan to make their products in more colors.
I mounted it on my Keltec CMR30 and it matches perfectly. One thing I noticed immediately is that by using the focus ring, I was able to almost completely clear the red dot up.
Is it possible to put it left or right?
I don't think you could flip out around and the weigh distribution and function aren't equal.
Will it work with a sig 5?
Does not fit red dot sight with lower 1/3 co-witness system.
Is the m 37 worth the extra 20 bucks?
The only differences between the 37 and 36 are that the 37 has a focus adjust while the 36 doesn't.
I tried 2 different magnifications on a romeo 5 and a vortex sparc ar and both dots distorted into a line of 3-5x.
It is possible to see a distorted dot with the red dot scope.
Do you flip the magnifier off sight to the right or left for those with right eye dominance and right handedness?
I am lefthanded and find the "righthanded" world to be more disadvantageous than the other way around, but the way the scope mounts allows you to flip it to either side.